iPhone Vs Nexus One: Vital stats from iFixit released

By Alan Ng - Mar 26, 2010

If you are thinking of picking up a Nexus One handset from Verizon, we have a good article that you should check out first, as the guys over at iFixit have compiled an essential comparison chart with the Nexus One and Apple iPhone 3GS.

As reported from Pocket-Lint, the comparison has been basely solely on hardware, so we get a look at the differences relating to the processors, ram, all important cost, battery capacity, talk time, touchscreen quality and repair costs.

Based on the chart, the Nexus One is effective in areas relating to processor, RAM and 3G battery life, but the iPhone comes on top with better touchscreen quality, graphics, 2G battery life and repair costs.

What are your thoughts on this? Don’t forget that this is just hardware based, so the Apple App store and the multi-tasking on the Nexus One havent been taken into consideration.

Head to the full analysis from iFixit here. Has this changed your mind about the Nexus One?

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